Air contamination indoors
Filter for a better quality of life
Even indoors you can find a variety of sources for air contaminants. In addition to scalls, hair and germs that come from us and our pets, there is a variety of plasticizers and solvents (gases) which get into the indoor air through building materials or furniture. Often, the indoor air quality, measured by the pollution caused by harmful gases and particles, is even worse than the air quality outdoors.
Sources for air contamination:
- Humans and animals
- Building materials and furniture
- Clothing and carpeting
- Cleaning agents
- Office equipment such as printers, copiers and shredders
Air contaminants such as particles and gases extend over a wide range of sizes. In order to filter them out of the air different filters with diverse media, classes and types are needed.